How to act like a proper gentleman during a Game: The Guidelines
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02-20-2008, 01:03 PM
Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: Moncton, NB
. If a "bad play", "bad call" or "female-looking player touches the puck" is quickly followed by a "good play" from the home team, ie "big hit", "nice pass" or "goal scored", please refrain from cheering for at least 3 second after a boo has ended. If the this rule is not followed, it may annoy and/or confuse some American viewers as they are already concentrating so hard on following the puck.
. If the ref is to make a bad call, never boo him as it, again, may offend viewers from south of the border. Instead, politely bite your tongue, sit on your hands and hope for a better call next time!
. Whenever the puck is in the defensive zone of the home team, you should constantly clap your hands (in unison) chanting "Defense".
Ex. *Clap* *clap* De-fense! - *Clap* *clap* De-fense!
This will make our viewers from the US feel more comfortable.
. Never have fun at a hockey game. Ever.
Note: These rules must be followed at all times to allow our main goal of a major, lucrative TV deal in the US of A come to fruition. Remember, that is all that matters.
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